Youth monitor

Education

This page contains the indicators for the domain “Education” of the National Youth Monitor.

If results are available for other years or periods (see the explanation of the indicator) they can be retrieved from the Dutch version of the site, or by contacting the Youth Information desk.

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Education

Indicator 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Participation in mainstream education (%) 71.1 71.1 71.0 71.5 71.8
Early leavers from education or training (18-24 years, x1,000) 139 129 126 131 126
Participation in primary education 1,534,930 1,517,500 1,498,010 1,476,720 1,457,580
Participation in secondary education 939,530 948,650 960,640 973,450 985,090
Participation in combined years of secondary education 393,530 402,270 409,520 413,810 414,100
Participation in preparatory secondary vocational education (vmbo) b/k 3-4 101,970 100,030 100,070 101,420 103,330
Participation in preparatory secondary vocational education (vmbo) g/t 3-4 101,710 103,890 107,970 111,640 114,830
Participation in secondary education: senior general (havo) 3-5 151,190 152,250 153,680 156,690 159,850
Participation in pre-university education (vwo) 3-6 164,690 163,480 161,810 161,260 163,650
Participation in special needs primary education 42,820 41,770 39,930 38,130 36,850
Participation in special schools for primary education 34,220 34,240 33,340 31,820 31,030
Participation in special schools for secondary education 34,650 35,920 37,080 39,410 39,890
Participation in practical education 26,620 26,740 27,590 28,630 29,330
Participation in senior secondary vocational education (mbo) 434,010 432,360 429,030 428,900 428,950
Participation in higher vocational education (hbo) 312,900 320,340 323,690 338,090 342,950
Participation in university education 181,500 185,890 186,770 194,350 199,420
Diplomas: secondary education 166,610 165,430 169,270 172,670 178,770
Diplomas: preparatory secondary vocational education (vmbo) 91,580 89,360 92,730 96,300 100,190
Diplomas: senior general secondary education (havo) 42,400 43,990 43,700 44,560 45,420
Diplomas: pre-university education (vwo) 32,630 32,090 32,840 31,810 33,160
Diplomas: senior secondary vocational education (mbo) 129,490 133,800 138,210 138,480 138,560
Diplomas: senior secondary vocational education (mbo) level 1 (assistant training) 10,010 10,840 11,410 11,190 9,600
Diplomas: senior secondary vocational education (mbo) levels 2-4 119,480 122,960 126,800 127,290 128,970
Diplomas: higher vocational education (hbo) 41,240 43,070 40,440 41,350 43,590
Diplomas: university bachelor 24,040 29,680 28,570 28,760 30,760
Diplomas: university master/old style degree 16,130 18,250 16,820 17,960 18,940
Underprivileged pupil| extra funding factor 1.20 84,731 82,320 78,053 73,316 68,622
Underprivileged pupil| extra funding factor 0.30 111,670 104,230 95,898 86,653 78,468
School dropouts: total figures from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (aged under 23 years) 39,100 36,600 27,800 25,600 24,500
School dropouts, survey population (aged under 23 years, %) 3.2 3.0 2.4 2.2 2.1
 
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